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  • The Ten Brave Squirrels of Bryson City

    by Rory Smith
    The squirrel population outside of Bryson City, North Carolina—in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park—enjoy a safe and playful life. That is, until their food supply is challenged by forces outside of their control. The Ten Brave Squirrels of Bryson City is a delightfully illustrated tale of a squirrel tribe that seeks a resolution to the problem affecting their safety...and their acorn supply!
  • When Lions Roar

    by Karen L. Gruber

    When Lions Roar

    Two women from different lands, each struggling to survive; a child’s mysterious disappearance will alter both their lives forever…

    Maggie has become unrecognizable to herself, succumbing to the predictability of being a mother and wife.  Every day she reminds her daughter to brush her teeth, has the same conversation with her husband about what’s for dinner.  Maggie struggles to cope with the ... more

  • Body and Soul

    by DAVID doc ROBERTSON

    Relive the life of Adam Daniels, born bi-racial in the Jim Crow South in 1940.  Raised by his Negro grandparents and other extended family members.

    He knew what love was from the examples he witnessed at home, where he learned the rewards of success.  Adam saw both as a child and while becoming a man, when he learned that passion could come without love, but it was better the other way around.

  • The Wonderful Journey of Edmund Beasley

    by C.L. Shaffer
    Edmund James Beasley II is a writer and a new believer who hasn't yet come to the realization he needs God's help. After an incident in college, Edmund develops a phobia about showing his writing to the world and finds employment anywhere he can just to avoid doing so. Still stuck on an old love, he discovers he's falling for Eleanor Collins, a woman he meets in the most unexpected of places after she contracts a mysterious virus that leaves people looking dead when they really are not. Add t... more
  • Just Another Girl on the Road

    by S. Kensington

    France 1944: Stranded behind enemy lines, eighteen-year-old Katrinka Badeau escapes German deserters with the help of an undercover Jedburgh operation. Katrinka joins the Jed team, led by Major Willoughby Nye, a man once employed on her father's merchant ship. Her work throws her together with Sergeant Wolfe Farr, the team's tough-talking radio operator. Amid the chaos of war, she and Wolfe begin a passion-tangled love affair. But Katrinka cannot accept Wolfe's plans for the futur... more

  • Into the West: Most Wanted (Part Four of the First Book in The Territories Saga Serials Collection)

    by Stephen Burckhardt
    Elizabeth and Conner are trying to get settled into their new homes in Sharon Springs. When tragedy strikes it will take the help of some of the most wanted to bring the families together.
  • Into the West: Sharon Springs: Part Three of the First Book in The Territories Saga Serials Collection (Into the West Saga Seria

    by Stephen Burckhardt
    Families in Sharon Springs are dealing with ghosts from their pasts as they consider welcoming the riders of the orphan train into their town. Many old wounds need to heal if they are going to make room for Elizabeth and Conner MacBride. Unfortunately, things do not work out as Mrs. Kelly had hoped and it turns out that the only way to find suitable homes for MacBride children is to split them up. When Elizabeth and Conner learn they are being placed with different families in Sharon Springs, ... more
  • Into the West: A New Home - Special Edition: Part Two of the First Book in The Territories Saga Serials (Into the West Saga Seri

    by Stephen Burckhardt
    This limited edition volume includes the bonus part one, Into the West: The Orphan Train, and part two, Into the West: A New Home. Thanks to their case worker, Mrs. Kelly, Elizabeth and Conner MacBride make it onto the orphan train heading into the west. Mrs. Kelly is reluctant to part with the children as she struggles with the agreement she was forced to make with Sister Mary Clare to keep the children on the train. If Mrs. Kelly keeps her promise, she will keep her job but she may bre... more
  • Into the West: A New Home: Part Two of Book One in The Territories Saga Serials (Into the West Saga Serial)

    by Stephen Burckhardt
    Thanks to their case worker, Mrs. Kelly, Elizabeth and Conner MacBride make it onto the orphan train heading into the west. Mrs. Kelly is reluctant to part with the children as she struggles with the agreement she was forced to make with Sister Mary Clare to keep the children on the train. If Mrs. Kelly keeps her promise, she will keep her job but she may break the hearts of Elizabeth and Conner in the process. As the train makes its final stop, Mrs. Kelly must choose, place the children wi... more
  • Into the West: The Orphan Train: Part One of the First Book in The Territories Saga Serials (Into the West Saga Serial)

    by Stephen Burckhardt
    Margret MacBride loves her children more than life itself, but as a young widow she isn't able to support her and her children on a scullery maid's salary. After being evicted from their apartment, they struggle for years to survive while living on the streets of New York City. Distraught, Margret turns to her church for guidance. Sister Mary Agnus convinces Margret her children will be better off if she turns them over to the Catholic Foundling Aid Society under the care of their aid worker,... more
  • Heartache and Hope

    by Mary Kay Abbott
    It is 2012, and recent UCLA grad Tiffany Ryan lands a prestigious job--assistant to a famous novelist. When her boss steals her manuscript about her grandmother's plight during the 1930s Great American Dust Bowl, Tiffany takes her to court in a copyright infringement case. Embedded within Tiffany's story are her grandmother's journal entries; a love story about the drought and dust; the suffering during that awful time on the plains, titled Heartache and Hope.
  • The Trump Diary Reported by Mookie Goldwater

    by Chris Murphy
    In early June 2017, about a week before fired FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate Sub-Committee, President Donald Trump decided to start a daily diary. He did this to keep a tally of his accomplishments and to have a truthful recounting of his administration, untouched by the FAKE NEWS Media. President Trump knew that future historians would have a keen interest. After he made an entry, he would hide the diary in his sock drawer. One morning it was gone…
  • Pedal

    by Louis K Lowy
    Pedal is a contemporary novel that tells the story of Joanne Brick, a single, 49-year-old laid off elementary school music teacher who struggles to reclaim her life back through bicycle racing. Pedal explores how Joanne -- who lives with her manipulative, older sister, and their ailing mother – deals with unemployment, money problems, loneliness and loss of self-worth.
  • Of Walls

    by Sara L. Foust
    Julie Johnson's life as a mom and homemaker is richly blessed, but her marriage is struggling. Years of busyness, exhaustion, and hurt have taken their toll on her emotional and spiritual life, building impenetrable walls around her heart. When she feels God calling her to a mission trip on the other side of the world, Julie puts her faith in Him and leaves her family for ten long days. What she learns about herself, her marriage, and her faith will change her life forever.
  • Pride's Children: Purgatory: (Book 1 of the Trilogy)

    by Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

    "PURGATORY... is about movie stars, love, and thwarted passions and purposes;... death, resurrection, and revitalization... a focus on abandonment... and the lasting consequences of bad choices.

    "...literary in its approach... [based] upon the slowly evolving relationships... of individuals ...[who] find their lives unexpectedly entwined... PURGATORY's real strength lies in Ehrhardt's ability to ... tug at the heartstrings of her readers... fine ... more

  • Alma Mutters

    by Julio Varela
    Xavier Mas Penoso is in over his head. He's returned to Bellarmine Jesuit Prep to teach Philosophy to the entitled teenage offspring of Miami's wealthiest families. Only, the hallowed halls of his alma mater aren't quite as gilded as when he was a student. Textbooks and notepads have been replaced with more laptops and i-Gadgets than the NSA Headquarters. The clergy running the school are P.T. Barnum’s spiritual successors: media-savvy priests who know that suckers are born every minute, and tha... more

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